A member of Pds yesterday was arrested by the Interior Minister for the exile of Karim Wade. For Aly Ngouille Ndiaye, he just has to ask Madické Niang.
"Karim Wade went to exile?" Yesterday asked a deputy from Pds to the Interior Minister and Public Security. Aly Ngouille Ndiaye returned the Liberal to the former President for the Group of Liberty and Democracy. "We have to ask Madické Niang for when he left (Karim), I was not aware," he said during the vote of his department's budget. Still on the issue of a candidate from the Senegalese Democratic Party, the minister suggested that he has no electoral card, and therefore he can not give it. In another point, Marie Sow Ndiaye of the Human Resources Officers carried out his colleagues from the opposition on the appointment of a "neutral and consensual" personality for the organization of the presidential election on February 24. "President Macky Sall has no right to do less than his predecessors. You can remain a Minister of the Interior. But for God's sake, the electoral organization must be sent to a neutral personality. You have better things to do than to make a choice. You have noticed a high degree of insecurity In this country, especially in the suburbs, says the Liberal MEP. And the reply from Aly Ngouille Ndiaye is unambiguous: "I'll handle both."
Further, at the request of Mamadou Diop Decroix and Co. for access to the election register, the minister went to file automation director Ibrahima Diallo. "I can not file the file for application for security reasons and protection of personal data. The file will only be given to candidates who will be known earlier than January 19, 2019," he insists.
Aly Ngouille Ndiaye also took part in the distribution of electoral cards. "On maps from Redesign 2017, we have distributed more than 97% and nearly 386,000 maps already published and made available to distribution centers have distributed more than 124,000. At the moment, it's fine, but there are about 460 a thousand cards at the level of distribution centers, "he sums up.